Short video art pieces created by artist Steven H. Lee for various fine art courses at Kwantlen Polytechnic University.
More video art can be found at Steven's YouTube page.
A short video exploring the more mundane aspects of contemporary life.
This video is part of a series of simple videos which mark a slow drive thru the East Side of Vancouver, BC and serves to illustrate how close one of North America's poorest neighbourhoods is to the West Side of Vancouver which is home to many of Canada's richest one percent.
A short video I did for my third year digital video course on memory, transformation and identity.
A video art piece by Steven Lee focussing on a collage of moving and still images of neon as appearing in the cities of Vancouver, British Columbia and Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
A short video composed of photographs taken by Steven H. Lee at the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, an art museum of international stature in the centre of Copenhagen featuring both ancient and modern art. The photographs highlight the work of French sculptor Auguste Rodin as housed at the Glyptotek, including:
The Burghers of Calais;
The Prodigal Son (Marble, 1899);
Paolo Malatesta and Francesca da Rimini (Mable, 1907);
Caryatid Sinking Under the Weight of Her Burden (Marble, 1907);
The Shade (Plaster, 1903-04);
Monument to Victor Hugo (Plaster, 1902-05);
The Kiss (Marble, 1901-03); and
Eve (Limestone, 1901-06).
The sound design is a recording of the sounds of the museum at the time the photographs were taken.